Adult Inpatient Diabetes 10 Point Training

Adult Inpatient Diabetes 10 Point Training
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Welcome to the Adult Inpatient course in the Diabetes 10 Point Training series.

The Diabetes 10 Point Training programme was developed to ensure that all healthcare staff that work with people with diabetes have a basic knowledge of the condition. The training has been taken up by thousands of staff and it has won awards due to its success at improving patient safety.  

Ruth Miller

Diabetes Nurse Consultant

I am passionate about diabetes education for all health care staff to ensure the best care for people with diabetes.

I developed the ‘Diabetes 10 Point Training’ programmes which have to date been completed by more than 7000 health care professionals and front line workers in London and the UK.

To get started with this course, please click on ‘Welcome‘ below.

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9 responses to “Adult Inpatient Diabetes 10 Point Training”

  1. rmiller rmiller says:

    Still on WELCOME page,
    please reword below: I prefer how this is now worded:

    “Ruth Laura Miller
    Diabetes Nurse Consultant
    I am passionate about diabetes education for all front line staff to ensure the best possible care for people with diabetes.

    The first Diabetes 10 Point Training programme was developed in 2014 and to date more than 5000 health care professionals and front line workers in London and the UK have accessed the training.

  2. rmiller rmiller says:

    Hi Kirsten, have thought about this WELCOME page, needs to be slightly reworded as below

    ‘Welcome to the Adult Inpatient course in the Diabetes 10 Point Training series.

    The Diabetes 10 Point Training programme was developed to ensure that all staff in a ‘patient facing’ role in hospitals have a basic knowledge of diabetes. The training has been taken up by thousands of staff and has won awards and recognition for the improvement of Inpatient safety. “

  3. rmiller rmiller says:

    can we have the RCN accredited on the welcome page? (first page you come to?)

  4. rmiller rmiller says:

    Intro at start of course, please remove sentence below, it may cause confusion!

    “and self-empowerment “ through knowledge for all people with diabetes”.

    Regarding the following paragraph, I prefer to keep it brief (see below)
    In 2014 I became a Diabetes UK Clinical Champion and around the same time I developed the ‘Diabetes 10 Point Training’ programmes which have to date been completed by more than 7000 health care professionals and front line workers in London and the UK.

    “I developed the ‘Diabetes 10 Point Training’ programmes which have to date been completed by more than 7000 health care professionals and front line workers in London and the UK”.

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